Move a comment to work around a pytest bug.

Review Request #2201 - Created May 11, 2015 and submitted

Benjy Weinberger
jsirois, zundel

When that test fails, pytest attempts to construct a verbose backtrace.
However that comment in the middle of a multiline list literal tickles
a bug in the backtrace construction code that causes pytest to fail hard
with an INTERNALERROR, instead of showing the details of the underlying bug.

While debugging this, I noticed that we don't constrain the versions of
pytest that we bake into the test chroot, so it will end up being a
different version than the one in 3rdparty/python/requirements.txt.
This is pretty confusing, so I added the relevant constraints.

See here for an example of this useless INTERNALERROR dump:

Relevant test passes locally in otherwise unmodified repo.
Relevant test fails with INTERNALERROR when test is deliberately broken before this change.
Relevant test fails with useful backtrace when deliberately broken after this change.

CI pending:

John Sirois
Benjy Weinberger
Benjy Weinberger
Review request changed

Status: Closed (submitted)

Change Summary:

Submitted as d20a43faebe7b9c173edefd3940bdf96342f1fb4.

Benjy Weinberger

Thanks John! Submitted as d20a43faebe7b9c173edefd3940bdf96342f1fb4.

Eric Ayers
Ship It!